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A Harvard Business School survey found that 94% of working professionals reported working more than 50 hours per week, and half said they worked more than 65 hours.

I’ve done my fair share of working 80+ hours a week, and I can tell you that it’s not sustainable.

As entrepreneurs and leaders, it can be tough to say no, because we are so focused on the prize. Remember that to do one thing, you must give up something else. When you’re not focusing on your health or family, are you truly living your best life?

I challenge you to create work-life balance goals to help you better manage your time, relationships, and health in 2023.

Get this right, and you’ll be effective, efficient, and, most importantly, a great example to those around you.
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There has never been a better time to practice gratitude and lead with positivity.

Did you feel a part of you wanting to challenge me, even a bit? Did you want to agree with me, but with conditions? As in, “Yes, of course, I’m grateful, but….”

Here is the thing- I don’t care how many things you can add after that word “but.” It doesn’t matter. None of that changes my original thought. 

Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and reread that statement, except don’t add your “but...”

That felt good, right? What you felt was hope.

Which feels better - that moment of peace you just felt without adding the “but...” condition.

or

This feeling of dread and fear you feel right now allowing it back in? 

You just showed yourself that you have the choice of what to feel.

Choose hope and lead with positivity. 

#leadwithpurpose #intentionality #positiveimpact #mindset #leadership #attitudematters #attitudeofgratitude #gratitudepractice #mindsetchange #shiftyourmindset #personaldevelopment
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If you were to do it all over again, what would you do differently?

Here’s a piece of advice I’d give my younger self about starting your own business.

#youngerself #businessdevelopment #lifelessons #entrepreneur #startup #smallbusiness #personaldevelopment
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Significance > Success

Significance over success. People can project success, but you cannot project significance.

Servant leaders don’t look to be the most successful in the room; they look to become significant. Being significant is about how we affect others. It is never about one person or one thing.
 
Significance always involves a purpose that leads to meaning in life.
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Do you lead with giving, or do you lead with taking?

When we take the focus off of ourselves, not what we don’t have but do have, our effectiveness will be that much greater, and we can serve more people.
 
Don’t concentrate on what you want from other people. Instead, shift your focus towards helping others and creating an impact on those around you.
 
Live to give, and the success and commendations will come later.
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If you were to ask me what I wanted my legacy to be...

I'd say to be a difference-maker. 

That's what motivated me to start MikeRegina.io. That's my purpose. 
 
To me, a difference-maker is someone who chases significance, not success.
 
It's about showing up, doing the work, living ON purpose, and translating the skills you've learned to serve others.
 
Difference-makers challenge the known and leap into the unfamiliar.

The outcome is always uncertain, but what you learn along the way is the reward.

#differencemaker #challengeyourself #lastinglegacy #servingothers #peoplefirst #purposedriven #entrepreneur #businessleader #passionandpurpose #significance #uncertainty
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Looking for new ways to bring fun into your workplace?!

🎙 Dave Raymond, the first-ever Phillie Phanatic, will give you some ideas on tomorrow’s Tips in 10 Livestream.

For nearly 30 years, Dave has worked with companies to explore how fun can be used to make individuals and teams healthier AND happier.

After spending 16 years as the world's most beloved mascot, entertaining more than 60 million people, he parlayed his experience into a simple, life-altering process called The Power of F.U.N.

⏰ Tune in tomorrow (Game #4 😉) at noon EST. Link in bio.

…..Go Phils!!! 🏆

#phillies #mlb #baseball #philly #philadelphiaphillies #eagles #bryceharper #ringthebell #philliesnation #entrepreneur #philliephanatic #worldseries #workplaceenvironment #worklifebalance #teamculture #purposedrivenleader #intentionalliving
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When you stop learning, you start dying.

There is always something to learn and someone to learn from.

I’d rather be asking questions than be the one who can’t shut up – and that’s because I know I have more knowledge to gain.

You’re never too young, and you’re never too old to learn something new.

#thursdaythoughts #entrepreneur #learnsomethingnew #growthmindset #personaldevelopment #keepgoing #comfortzone #breakingbarriers
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If you’re a @phillies fan but don’t know the history behind the Phillie Phanatic Mascot, what are you doin’??!!

Last year I interviewed @daveraymondspeaks on the Opposite Entrepreneur Podcast, where he shared his experience of taking an internship with the Phillies to becoming the first-ever @philliephanatic mascot!
 
It only felt right to share this episode again. If you’re a TRUE Phillies fan, you’ll take a listen. 🤣

👉 Link in bio.

#podcast #experience #entrepreneur #philadelphia #phillies #gophils #philadelphiaphillies #philliephanatic #poweroffun #providingvalue #philliesmascot #discoverphl
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The feeling you get after accomplishing a goal only lasts a short time. It doesn’t last a lifetime.

What you do after and what you learn while trying is what matters the most.

The hills you climb and the valleys you reach on your journey define who you are as a person. You became someone new along the way.

Don't let yourself get carried away by the moment. Because being successful doesn't mean anything if you don't learn something that will make your path easier for future accomplishments in life!

#entrepreneur #purposedriven #intentionsetting #journeynotdestination #businessleaders #entrepreneurship #purposedrivenlife #passion #southcarolina #charlestonsc #leadershipdevelopment #goalgetter
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2 weeks ago
Mike Regina

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2 months ago
Mike Regina

Hiring top-talent team members has always been important. A talented team can be more efficient, more creative, better leaders, and even the foundation of a business plan.

On this episode of Tips in 10, the president of Victory Executive Group and Executive Business Consultant, Steve Vorrius, will dive into new strategies that you incorporate into your onboarding process immediately.

Side note, Steve has been my business coach for over 12 years and has been instrumental to our success.
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2 months ago
Mike Regina

💭 Let me ask you a question, have you ever bought from someone who wasn’t confident?

I know I haven’t. It makes me question if their product or service works as they say.

You can understand everything about your product or service, but if you aren’t perceived as confident, they will not buy from you.

According to Guerilla Selling, the #1 reason customers buy from you isn’t service, selection, quality, or price. It’s confidence.

Dr. Keith Johnson is hopping on today’s Tips in 10 episode to share with you the principles that have allowed him to be more, do more, and have more than he has ever imagined.

⏰ Tune in at noon EST.
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2 months ago
Mike Regina

Tips in 10 with Internationally Acclaimed Confidence Coach and Speaker, Keith Johnson!Nov 30, 12:00pm💭 Let me ask you a question, have you ever bought from someone who wasn’t confident?


I know I haven’t. It makes me question if their product or service works as they say.

You can understand everything about your product or service, but if you aren’t perceived as confident, they will not buy from you.

According to Guerilla Selling, the #1 reason customers buy from you isn’t service, selection, quality, or price. It’s confidence.

Dr. Keith Johnson is hopping on today’s Tips in 10 episode to share with you the principles that have allowed him to be more, do more, and have more than he has ever imagined.

⏰ Tune in at noon EST.
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Tips in 10 with Internationally Acclaimed Confidence Coach and Speaker, Keith Johnson!
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In the job I was most successful, I set up a 30, 60, 90 day chat. I asked them what questions that had about their role, what was making doing it well difficult.

3 months ago
Mike Regina

If you were to ask me what I wanted my legacy to be...

I'd say to be a difference-maker. 

That's what motivated me to start MikeRegina.io. That's my purpose. 
 
To me, a difference-maker is someone who chases significance, not success.
 
It's about showing up, doing the work, living ON purpose, and translating the skills you've learned to serve others.
 
Difference-makers challenge the known and leap into the unfamiliar.

The outcome is always uncertain, but what you learn along the way is the reward.

#differencemaker #challengeyourself #LastingLegacy #servingothers #PeopleFirst #purposedriven #entrepreneur #businessleader #passionandpurpose #significance #uncertainty
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If you were to ask me what I wanted my legacy to be...

Id say to be a difference-maker. 

Thats what motivated me to start MikeRegina.io. Thats my purpose. 
 
To me, a difference-maker is someone who chases significance, not success.
 
Its about showing up, doing the work, living ON purpose, and translating the skills youve learned to serve others.
 
Difference-makers challenge the known and leap into the unfamiliar. 

The outcome is always uncertain, but what you learn along the way is the reward.

#differencemaker #challengeyourself #lastinglegacy #servingothers #peoplefirst #purposedriven #entrepreneur #businessleader #passionandpurpose #significance #uncertainty

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That is absolutely your gift!!❤️

3 months ago
Mike Regina

We spend 1/3 of our lives working. Why would you want to spend it on something that doesn’t bring you happiness?

Research shows that when a team has fun at work, they are more engaged, creative, and committed to their jobs. How can you make your work environment more fun?!

🎙 Dave Raymond, the original Phillie Phanatic, will tell you on next week's episode of Tips in 10.

For nearly 30 years, Dave has worked with companies to explore how fun can be used to make individuals, teams, and entire cities healthier and happier.

He got his start by blazing his path to happiness and overcoming hardships during his early career as the original Phillie Phanatic. He is credited with creating the Phanatic’s personality, now an iconic symbol for the Phillies and the city of brotherly love. 🔔

After spending 16 years as the world's most beloved mascot, entertaining more than 60 million people, he parlayed his experience into a simple, life-altering process called The Power of F.U.N.

Dave is now a keynote speaker, business owner, and author who trains others to value fun as a force within the workplace.

⏰ Tune in Wednesday, November 2nd (Game #5 😉) at noon EST.

…..Go Phils!!! 🏆
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Great interview Mike!❤️

3 months ago
Mike Regina

Tips in 10 with The Original Phillie Phanatic, Dave Raymond. ⚾️ Nov 2, 12:00pmWe spend 1/3 of our lives working. Why would you want to spend it on something that doesn’t bring you happiness?


Research shows that when a team has fun at work, they are more engaged, creative, and committed to their jobs. How can you make your work environment more fun?!


🎙 Dave Raymond, the original Phillie Phanatic, will tell you on next week's episode of Tips in 10.


For nearly 30 years, Dave has worked with companies to explore how fun can be used to make individuals, teams, and entire cities healthier and happier.


He got his start by blazing his path to happiness and overcoming hardships during his early career as the original Phillie Phanatic. He is credited with creating the Phanatic’s personality, now an iconic symbol for the Phillies and the city of brotherly love. 🔔


After spending 16 years as the world's most beloved mascot, entertaining more than 60 million people, he parlayed his experience into a simple, life-altering process called The Power of F.U.N.

Dave is now a keynote speaker, business owner, and author who trains others to value fun as a force within the workplace.

⏰ Tune in Wednesday, November 2nd (Game #5 😉) at noon EST.

…..Go Phils!!! 🏆
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Tips in 10 with The Original Phillie Phanatic, Dave Raymond. ⚾️
3 months ago
Mike Regina

When you stop learning, you start dying.

There is always something to learn and someone to learn from.

I’d rather be asking questions than be the one who can’t shut up – and that’s because I know I have more knowledge to gain.

You’re never too young, and you’re never too old to learn something new.

#thursdaythoughts #entrepreneur #learnsomethingnew #growthmindset #personaldevelopment #keepgoing #comfortzone #breakingbarriers
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When you stop learning, you start dying.

There is always something to learn and someone to learn from. 

I’d rather be asking questions than be the one who can’t shut up – and that’s because I know I have more knowledge to gain.

You’re never too young, and you’re never too old to learn something new.

#thursdaythoughts #entrepreneur #learnsomethingnew #growthmindset #personaldevelopment #keepgoing #comfortzone #breakingbarriers
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Mike Regina is a business leader, connector and influencer who has generously given considerable time over the last 3 years to inspire and help students in my Temple University courses on Personal Branding.  Mike's unique perspective on building an authentic personal brand based on “social capital” resonates for every demographic and profession.  His ability to genuinely connect with people, and create networks that open up opportunities for others is unprecedented in my experiences and welcomed by so many.

David Thompson | President

Bongo Marketing & Media LLC / Adjunct Professor, Temple Univ.
Mike was interesting, engaging, and funny! I walked away with the feeling of being prepared for a sales call, being consistent, and having a positive approach to life and business. I would certainly recommend him as a speaker.

Michael Briggs

Specification Salesperson at Pollart Electric

Mike dares his audience to be memorable, and that he is. He is an energized, interactive speaker that truly connects with his audience. He brings inspiring ideas to everyday business challenges and leaves his audience with actionable insights and takeaways.

Adrienne D. | Marlton, NJ

Director of Marketing / Alloy Silverstein Accountants

Awesome presentation! I would listen to this presentation multiple times again – it would never get old. Mike was really knowledgeable on the topic & what it takes to make true connections. Thanks!!

Alyssa Hart

Technology Director/Marketing Assistant, The Rahn Companies

I can’t stop thinking about your speaking event last Wednesday, it left me feeling inspired. Commit, create, connect truly adds structure and creates the ultimate experience. Thanks so much, your message is AWESOME!

Stephanie Rizzi

Store Manager for the Cherry Hill/Philadelphia Market

I CHALLENGE YOU TO CONTACT MIKE